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No Shades of Grey: A Six-Word Story Paperback – 5 Feb 2015
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I do, however have an opinion on Rosen Trevithick. I have read several of her books and enjoyed them all, so this one was a must have! The fact that proceeds made from sales of this book will be shared between Women's Aid and Respect to support men and women who are affected by domestic abuse seemed as good a reason as any to make a purchase.
The message Rosen is sending here is clear, whether you like 50 Shades or not, consent is important and no should always mean no, end of story.
Yes, this story has only six words. However it does include various translations, some serious (eg legitimate translations into multiple languages) and some are silly, including a Yoda translation and a smelly troll translation!
So, for 99p (at the time of writing) you can support a worthy cause and have a giggle. Can't say fairer than that!
It's only going to take you ten minutes to read, but it will put a smile on your face.
A simple premise that is important to see in this current climate which will help displace any wrongful notions based on the subject.
The many and varied translations are great fun and make the book highly entertaining.
Consent is always important - there's no grey areas here.
A very, very clever little read. Hilariously funny while still making a very serious and important statement. No means no however you say it and whoever (or whatever) you are. Highly recommended.